“View from Nowhere”

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Title/Theme: “View from Nowhere”; Key/Structure: F# Major (and Ab Minor)

Comment about this piece:  I find myself questioning the influence of social media and “news”. I find it difficult – though necessary – to remove myself from these influences in the hope of catching a glimpse of the world as it is (not how someone else wants me to see it). Please let me know your thoughts about the topic or the music by commenting below – I enjoy hearing from you.

(Equipment/Setup: Logic Pro, Steinway Grand – Effects include Reverb, Compression, and Delay)

GG Piano Meditations: View from Nowhere

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STREAM LINK:  GG_Piano_Meditations_View from Nowhere

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Relax. Be inspired. Enjoy. & feel free to share…

Note: To honor my craft and spend more time/energy creating music, I rarely check social media or email – the blog is the best place to communicate with me. Please share your comments and feedback below the post – I enjoy hearing from you!

4 Responses

  1. Linda M Williams
    | Reply

    Thank you!!! Love it! And your comment is right on, too! I’ve recently stopped using Facebook. I’m also focusing on my faith more and finding it much more fulfilling becoming active in various ministries. I’m 69 heading for 70. Maybe that’s why! When I retired I started piano lessons and am practicing an hour a day. I love your music!

    • pianoxcape
      | Reply

      Thank you Linda. I love hearing about your piano playing – there’s something deeply personal and peaceful about time at the piano and I wish you much joy in your journey. Warm regards,

  2. Chris
    | Reply

    This is yet another great piece Gary. I can place the lulls as thoughts between the social media posts (octave changes) then you come to grips with your interpretations and conclude with reoccurring posts and lulls.
    It’s very soothing and piece full.
    As always, thanks for sharing.

    • pianoxcape
      | Reply

      Thanks Chris!

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